The Serengeti Safari Camp was the first camp of its kind in the Serengeti. Its home base is at Lamai Serengeti, but when the herds start to move, the camp mirrors their route on a journey several hundred miles long. This includes sites in the Southern Plains when the wildebeest are calving, the Central Serengeti for the rut in April and May, and then into the Serengeti Western Corridor to witness the nail biting crossings of the Grumeti River.
The camp is a simple affair in order to be fully mobile. The main dining tent is at the centre of the camp, with a smaller library and bar tent to one side. A fire pit is made outside the dining tent so you can gather around the campfire for drinks and stories in the evening.
Either side of this, you’ll find the six guest tents, all of which are Meru style. The tents are all open plan; one of them is suitable for families as it has two bedrooms joined by a sitting area. The en suite bathrooms have eco flush toilets, a wash basin, and a safari style bucket shower which an attendant will fill with hot water.